When I was coming out of my space shuttle, the alien outside spoke some language I have never heard before. Now, after begging for it not to kill me, it spoke something that sounded Russian. "Wh-what?" I hated that my voice was shaking.
"I said I am not going to hurt you." It was at that moment that I realized this alien was a woman. Her voice was high pitch and sounded like it had an echo. It sounded almost...angelic. My eyes quickly scanned her body. Defiantly a female. She had long black hair that reached the small of her back, her eyes were golden, there were two small antennas on her forehead and I wondered that they were for. She was about a foot shorter than me which would make her 5'2. Her structure was similar to a woman's figure on Earth. The expression on her face was odd. She looked curious and determined rather than scared. However, I could have sworn she sounded scared when she was speaking before she saw me.
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There was once a a fallen angel and a sunbeam that lived in their own world together. The sunbeam met the fallen angel and taught her how to fly again. He showed her how to smile again. The fallen angel showed the sunbeam what it was like to be truly loved. She taught him that it was okay to shine.
The Angel and the Sunshine we're their happiest when they were together. Life was perfect and no one was going to try to tell them otherwise.
Except things change apparently.
I sat downstairs and cringed as I heard An'ie continuously yell and pound on Dita's bedroom door demanding an answer but it never came. "Give it a rest, An'ie!" I yelled hoping she could hear me over all the noise of her own that she was making. "She probably snuck out the window again. You're making a racket for nothing." The yelling and pounding stopped. I breathed a heavy, thankful sigh.
"She'll have to come back home eventually." An'ie said quietly as she walked down the stairs and into the living room.